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Classic Wings Magazine Luftwaffe Resource Center WWII Naval Aviation Research Pacific
Final Cut-The Post War B-17 Flying Fortress and Survivors - 5th Edition


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:lol: Thats weird, it didn't print my response but kept the quote... that'll teach me to always check my replies :oops:

What I meant to say was "Those are great and exactly the type of stuff I am looking for"

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OK, 200 dpi jpegs in black and white.


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OK, 200 dpi jpegs in black and white.


Sounds like a plan, Thanks!

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Take what you like, all PDF already and similar to what you want to do, only mine is specificly P40 tested data at this time. I intend to expand into other RAAF data from WW2 planes in the future.

http://www.raafwarbirds.org.au/targetvr ... rchive.htm


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I've revamped the Library and added a couple of manuals, check it out and tell me what you think.

http://library.warbirdinformationexchange.org/

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 Post subject: B-29 owners manual
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Dear Scott,
Are you still seeking manuals?If so I have this manual that I picked up at a swapmeet years ago.it is rather rough(Looks like used for a door stop)Airframe,engines and associated pages are all fine and %100 percent Last 50 pages covering armament and bombs have some damage(looks like water)pages have approx 95 % content ok. only possible problem is there are numerous foldout pages that will take a bit of creative scanning on my scanner but should work out. Tim Image
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 Post subject: luftwaffe tech docks
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hello for those who are interested in german books and instruments have a look at www.cockpitinstrumente.de
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 Post subject: posting manuals online
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Group,

There is currently a web site, that has a large selection of manuals scanned and posted online.

http://www.ww2aircraft.net/forum/other- ... stems-tech

The problem is that they are not catagorized very well, and may take some searching to locate what you want. I have started an excel file, to organize the manuals contained on this site. Now I just need to get time to complete the project.

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